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Google hitches Opus audio technology to WebRTC star

The developer version of Chrome now relies by default on Opus, a royalty-free audio compression technology designed for voice and music.

By April 2, 2013

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IETF standardizes Opus for flexible online audio

A multifaceted sound compression technology is now a standard, smoothing its way to use in technologies such as Web-based voice chats and videoconferencing. Next up: video?

By September 11, 2012

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Philips Aria, Vibe, Opus MP3 players come to U.S.

Philips unveils three new models of their GoGear line of MP3 players, named Aria, Vibe, and Opus.

By March 25, 2009

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Philips GoGear Vibe, Opus, and Aria

Take a closer looks at the Philips GoGear MP3 player line for 2009, including the Vibe, Opus, and Aria.

6 Images March 24, 2009

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Will LG's 'Opus' TVs live up to their name?

It's a branding that oozes money.

By July 23, 2007

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Photos: Hands-on with the Zenum Opus

If you've heard of the Zenum Opus smart phone running Windows Mobile 6 but you're not sure what it looks like, then check out our hands-on photos

By May 23, 2007

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Olive Opus packs music-serving muscle

The iPod is dead, everything's gone all music server. Forget hermetically sealed white boxes and ear buds, the future is hi-fi separates. The future is 400GB of music pumped into living-room speakers

By March 2, 2006

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Firefox 28 aims for easier media playback

Next-generation, plug-in-free media playback support is the keystone of Firefox 28 for desktops and Android. Meanwhile, it's a hard day for the 1,000 or so people using Firefox in Windows Metro.

By March 18, 2014

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How corporate bickering hobbled better Web audio

Microsoft helped create new technology for improving online audio and speech. Now the company's fighting against it. How'd that happen?

By August 17, 2012

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World's longest film releases 72-minute teaser

The world's longest film, set to premiere in 2020, will clock in at 720 hours. Here's a (relatively) brief teaser.

By July 7, 2014